Shanti font by Vernon Adams
Shanti font comes in a regular (normal 400) weight as a demi-sans-serif freeware TTF web font.
This distribution archive includes the regular weight .ttf font file, the font license text file (OFL.txt) and this distribution archive info note .txt file.
This is a free web font with commercial use allowed, licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1. See the included aforementioned OFL.txt text file in this distribution archive for license specifics and details.
by Vernon Adams:
Shanti One is a straightforward sans serif designed to be used freely across the internet by web browsers on desktop computers, laptops and mobile devices.
Shanti is not quite so straightforward of a sans-serif, I think. The i, j, l, m & n characters all have a demi serif at the top stem termination which give this font a unique character.
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